Cincinnati pro day results

The University of Cincinnati was one of several teams to host its pro day on Wednesday morning with 13 Bearcats working out for a variety of NFL personnel.

Wide receiver Mardy Gilyard turned in the fastest 40-yard-dash time at 4.47 seconds. Defensive back Brad Jones was the second-fastest of the group, clocking in at 4.56 seconds.

I talked to a source this evening who told me that offensive lineman Jeff Linkenbach and defensive lineman Alex Daniels put on two of the more impressive performances at the workout.

Here’s the complete list of what went down in Cincinnati earlier today:

Craig Carey (Defensive line, 6-4, 242 pounds) put up 16 reps on the bench press.

Alex Daniels (Defensive line, 6-2, 265 pounds) put up 31 reps on the bench press, ran 11.59 in the 60-yard shuttle and 7.08 in the three-cone drill. In addition, Daniels posted a 10-9 in the broad jump and 36.5 in the vertical jump.

Mardy Gilyard (Wide receiver, 5-11, 184) ran a 4.47 40-yard-dash as well as 4.06 in the 20-yard shuttle and 6.71 in the three-cone drill. We reported earlier that a source at Cincinnati’s pro day had Gilyard at 4.44 and 4.51 on the stopwatch.

Brad Jones (Defensive back, 6-0, 192) ran a 4.56 40-yard-dash, 4.22 20-yard shuttle, 11.38 60-yard shuttle and 6.82 three-cone drill. Jones put up 21 reps on the bench and had a 10-5 broad jump and 39.0 vertical jump.

Chris Jurek (Offensive lineman, 6-1, 284) ran a 5.30 40-yard-dash, 4.72 20-yard shuttle and 7.73 three-cone drill. Jurek put up 21 reps on the bench and had a 7-11 broad jump and 27.0 vertical jump.

Jeff Linkenbach (Offensive lineman, 6-6, 311) ran a 5.10 40-yard-dash and 7.69 three-cone drill. Linkenbach also posted 22 reps on the bench as well as 8-2 in the broad jump and 27.5 in the vertical jump.

Ricardo Mathews (Defensive lineman, 6-2, 290) ran a 4.8 40-yard-dash, 4.4 20-yard shuttle and 7.2 three-cone drill. Mathews also posted 26 reps on the bench as well as 9-6 in the broad jump and 31.5 in the vertical jump.

Tony Pike (Quarterback, 6-5, 222) stayed on his combine results.

Jacob Ramsey (Running back, 5-11, 218) ran a 4.69 40-yard-dash, 4.57 20-yard shuttle, 11.93 60-yard shuttle and 6.99 three-cone drill. Ramsey also posted 19 reps on the bench as well as a 9-2 broad jump and 33.0 vertical jump.

Marcus Waugh (Linebacker, 5-11, 260) ran a 4.71 40-yard-dash, 4.37 20-yard shuttle, 11.97 60-yard shuttle and 7.16 three-cone drill. Waugh also posted 29 reps on the bench as well as 9-7 in the broad jump and 30.0 in the vertical jump.

Aaron Webster (Defensive back, 6-1, 206) ran a 4.66 40-yard-dash, 4.56 20-yard shuttle, 12.37 60-yard shuttle and 7.12 three-cone drill. Webster also posted 21 reps on the bench as well as a 10-3 broad jump and 32.5 vertical jump.

Mike Windt (Long snapper, 6-1, 251) ran a 4.91 40-yard-dash and posted 20 reps on the bench press.

Curtis Young (Defensive lineman, 6-0, 270) ran a 4.80 40-yard-dash, 4.34 20-yard shuttle, 11.91 60-yard shuttle and 7.2 three-cone drill. Young also posted 31 reps on the bench as well as a 9-4 broad jump and 31.0 vertical jump.

Update (3/12): Some of the times for defensive lineman Curtis Young that were first reported were incorrect. The numbers currently listed are the updated times that we double-checked with the University of Cincinnati.

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